The aim of this toolkit, prepared by Digital Literacy Staff for Middle and Secondary Schools, is to assist educators, parents, guardians and students using various online platforms and other educational tools.

 

Microsoft Teams

  • Virtual Classroom.

  • Organize classwork in Files and Channels. 

  • Easy to create, evaluate, monitor homeworks to students

Create an assignment using Microsoft Teams

Remember to set meeting options when you create a new meeting

  • Create meeting.
  • From Microsoft  Teams, go to Calendar Meetings button , select a meeting, and then Meeting options.
  • If you have not scheduled a meeting, you may do this by selecting  Show participants  Show participants icon  in the meeting controls. Then, above the list of participants, choose Manage permissions .
  • You may choose to have students wait for you and you can choose whether to admit or deny them.
  • You may wish not to allow students present.  This is important so that students won’t share their  screens etc.  In this case select “Only me”

Public recordings of online sessions delivered to educators

Whilst we made available the recording of these online sessions, we highly recommend the above video tutorials created by our staff.

Updates

This section consists of latest updates by Mr Andrew Calleja as well as other tutorials developed in 2019, before the School closure period.

Others

Show case of Good Practices in Middle and Secondary Schools Webinar
Friday 29th May 2020

“Sharing of good practices in Middle and Secondary Schools” Webinar, Friday 29th May 2020, 10am – 11.30am. Many interesting points were raised and it was an opportunity to all of us to reflect in some depth about our pedagogies and experiences especially during home schooling.
Thanks to ALL educators who participated. Thanks also to
• Ms Geraldine Vella (Assistant Head St Therese College Middle School),
• Ms Sharon Curmi (Biology teacher, Maria Regina Secondary School, Żokrija)
• Ms Melanie Cini (Head of Department PSCD, St Nicholas College Dingli Secondary and eTwinning ambassador)
• Ms Ramona Mercieca, (Geography teacher, Gozo College Middle School)
• Ms Natasha Bugeja (Head of Department, Accounting and teacher at St Albert the Great College)
and Dr Patrick Camilleri, Senior Lecturer, Department of, Leadership for Learning and Innovation, Faculty of Education for their contribution.